A Look Inside of the Art of “Everything You’ve Come to Expect” by The Last Shadow Puppets

Alex Turner was only 22 years old and he already had two Arctic Monkeys albums and a side project with the singer Miles Kane, called The Last Shadow Puppets. Five albums and eight years later, Turner, now 30, finally dropped Everything You’ve Come to Expect, the second record of The Last Shadow Puppets, an album so amazing as the first one, with a sonority that goes from rock to classical music and folk to psychedelic pop. Everything with a cinematic tone and extremely well-shaped lyrics.

If this wasn’t enough for the Arctic Monkey’s fans, whose band is now in an indeterminate break, Everything You’ve Come to Expect comes with not only an amazing art cover, but also, a small book full of photographies inside. Since I couldn’t find anything on the internet with those photos, I’ve decided to publish them myself since I’ve just bought a copy. Take a look at some of the beautiful art inside of the new record by The Last Shadow Puppets.